BACKGROUND: Klamath County Community Corrections is seeking a service provider to conduct Mentoring services for up to 50+ people per year. The Mentor program will provide services to offenders transitioning from Department of Corrections, A&D treatment, and Community Corrections services into the community. Klamath County Community Corrections has maintained a contract for these services for the past few years.
Background: The agreement and operating plan outlines the obligations of both parties while cooperating to ensure enhanced law enforcement activities are being performed on Federal Forest Service Lands within Klamath County. The agreement will provide $30,800 in funding available to invoice the USFS for patrol services provided by the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office from March 1, 2019 to February 28, 2020. The hourly billing rates have been updated to reflect the current estimated wage and benefit expenses.
Fiscal Impact: The $30,800 funding potential provided by this agreement has already been incorporated into the respective 2019 and 2020 fiscal years.
Recommended Motion: To approve and sign the Cooperative Law Enforcement Agreement 19-LE-11060200-006 with the U.S. Forest Service which would include the 2019 Annual Operating Plan and Financial Plan. There is no current budget impact but entering into the agreement provides an opportunity for the Sheriff’s Office Patrol Sub-department to earn $30,800 in revenue for services performed.